The Invisalign Treatment Process

Invisalign clear aligners from Penticton Dental Centre offer a convenient treatment process for straightening your smile, without the need for traditional braces.

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Step 1, [PRACTICE]
Step 1

Book Your First
Consultation

We will start by examining your smile to determine if Invisalign is right for you. Next, we will use a digital scanner to create a 3D image of your teeth and show you what your smile could look like with Invisalign treatment.

Step 2, [PRACTICE]
Step 2

Develop a Custom
Treatment Plan

Based on the decisions made in your first appointment, we will develop your Invisalign treatment plan with timelines. Your plan will include the exact movement of your teeth that will occur with each set of aligners.

Step 3, [PRACTICE]
Step 3

Start Your Custom
Treatment Plan

We will produce a series of custom Invisalign clear aligners just for you. You will wear them each day, removing them to eat, drink, brush and floss. As your treatment progresses, your aligners will gradually begin to shift your teeth.

Step 4, [PRACTICE]
Step 4

Switch Your Aligners
Every Two Weeks

Approximately every two weeks, you will switch to the next set of clear aligners. Every six weeks or so, you will have brief checkups with your dental team to review your progress. 

Step 5, [PRACTICE]
Step 5

Maintain Your
Brand New Smile

It's an exciting day when you reach the end of your treatment! During your final appointment, we will discuss next steps with you, and prescribe retainers to keep your teeth in their new positions.

Ready for Your New Smile?

Take our Invisalign Smile Assessment.

Complete our 30 second Smile Assessment to see if Invisalign might be a fit for you.

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